A multimedia installation consisting of hand-crafted sculptures, digital and gouache illustrations, augmented reality and a multiplayer 2D platformer game that investigates the history of U.S. immigration policy. The sculptures are wood with hand-painted patterns that stand at approximately 20 inches and are paired with an AR application. The video game inspired by Mayan art and culture may be played by one or two players who explore the environment together or opt to challenge one another. The game was conceived due to the arrival of over 152,000 unaccompanied minors to the Mexico/U.S. border in 2022 and is informed by research regarding the history of U.S. immigration policy. The gameplay and installation reflect upon the politics of migration.(research notes; longer description.)